Can Global De-Carbonization Inhibit Developing Country Industrialization?
In this paper, we seek to make a twofold contribution. On outcomes, we focus on manufacturing exports as well as on manufacturing output both in the aggregate and in selected sectors. On policy, the impact of three distinct actionsâ€”emissions reductions per se; emissions tradability; and transfers are isolated. [WP No. 188].
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